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... Hello Rick.....First of all, you should see a Gastroenterologist who can do the necessary exams to find out what "is going on in your gut". Aspirin, especially if you are taking it daily for anti-platlet aggregation can cause ulcers anywhere along the G.I. Tract {Esophagus, Stomach Lining). The fluttering sensations that you feel as well as that experience you once had with an... (1 replies)
... For about a month now I've been getting a fluttering sensation in my lower to mid esophagus. Kinda feels like a heart flutter but clearly part of the digestive tract. ... (1 replies)
... Please go to the doc to be properly diagnosed since numerous things can cause fluttering. Yes, you can feel the esophagus sometime "flutter" without having the feeling of pain. ... (4 replies)

... ink the only way they can be diagnosed is with a careful case history and then esophageal manometry which is a tube that will go through your nose, and down your esophagus into your stomach to measure the contractions, motility and strength of your esophagus. ... (2 replies)
... or some lower esophagus fluttering, which are reflux symptoms. Grrr! ... (4 replies)
... Hi! This is a term I coined for what other boards (for example the Heartburn Help Forums) call "flutters." THey are the weird feeling that one's esophagus is vibrating/fluttering/twitching. Sometimes mine are kind-of rough and intense, feeling like there is a pounding just south of my breastbone, at the tip top of my stomach. NOT the same as full-blown esophageal spasms, which... (1 replies)
... Hi worry, no I cannot say I have a fluttering feeling. Mine is pain in the chest area and it spreads to my back and behind one or both breasts. The pain kind of moves around . ... (44 replies)
... OK--I think you may have our famous "burbles." Some of us here have a pulsating/vibrrationy/fluttering right below the breastbone area. I've been to a gastroenterologist & had an upper endoscopy--no erosions in esophagus, no HH, no ulcers. So the doc says it is the esophagus being irritated by a little acid that doesn't travel up far enough to erode the tissue, but enough to... (5 replies)
... I had the pulsing too--it is your abdominal aorta, most likely. I also have "burbles,' a pulsing/vibrating/fluttering in the esophagus/stomach junction area. I take Nexium right now (on for 9 days) for NERD (non-erosive reflux disease) & it has helped the burbles about 30% so far, so I'm hopeful! The abdominal aorta thing went away after awhile...I guess I stopped worrying... (4 replies)
... lower esophagus region are all about. ... (6 replies)
Nexium vs. Others?
Jan 10, 2004
... Canyondweller, You are right and I should've posted that disclaimer. I only drink it at night, after I've decided to stay in for the evening, so I don't ever experience the impairment aspect of drinking kava tea. Besides, I don't think the Yogi tea has a really high amount of kava in it, just enough to relax you a little. Still, one must use caution when drinking the... (27 replies)
Oct 10, 2003
... I've had periodic eyelid twitches and other muscles that just randomly jerk or twitch...could the fluttering in my chest actually me a ribcage muscle twitching lightly? ... (9 replies)
... I think you will be relieved with my story. I have over the past few months been getting chest pains, pains in ribs, fluttering sensation, and what feels like a spasm right after I eat. The worse thing was my difficulty breathing. ... (4 replies)
... spasm to pass. My heart feels like it's fluttering, but I think it's actually the esophagus spasm I'm feeling because I check my pulse when it happens and it stays regular. ... (11 replies)
... us tests all to show there is nothing wrong with my heart. I've been reading a few posts here and am starting to wonder if the feelings i'm getting arent somehow esophagus related..any thoughts anyone? ... (1 replies)

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